When Iron Is a Precious Metal
Ironman competitions are in demand, despite rising entry fees.
The New York Times, September 11, 2008
Deaths Draw Attention to Triathlon Swim
While triathlon deaths remain rare, a puzzling resemblance is beginning to present itself: all recorded deaths in the last two years have happened during the swim portion of the event.
The New York Times, July 31, 2008
Do You Believe?
When it comes to Tyler Hamilton, the most contentious–and, perhaps, most important–question isn’t if he’s guilty or innocent of doping, but why each of us has chosen a side.
Bicycling, November 2007
*It wasn’t a finalist, but this story was nominated for a national magazine award in 2008
Dope Springs Eternal
Yeah, EPO is nasty-but just wait until you get dropped by riders with mechanical muscles in their shorts and nanoscopic machines in their blood.
A look into the future of doping. From exoskeletons to gene doping.
No Cheating in the Blood Test
A new blood doping test relies on old science.
New Scientist, Oct 2002